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Emirates launches daily flights from Dubai to Yangon

Emirates will launch a daily service from Dubai to Yangon (RGN) in Myanmar and Hanoi (HAN) in Vietnam, starting August 3, 2016, the company said in a press release on 25 February.

Utilising a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class configuration, this new route will strengthen Emirates’ network of destinations in Southeast Asia, offering new flight options to passengers travelling between Hanoi and Yangon, and open up new connections for Myanmar and Vietnamese travellers.

“Emirates’ first air service to Myanmar supports the country’s Tourism Master Plan to target 7.5 million tourist arrivals by 2020 and for Hanoi, the service will provide additional options for Vietnamese to travel to Dubai and Emirates’ global network of destinations, while also making it easier for overseas Vietnamese and the growing number of tourists to travel to Vietnam.” said Adnan Kazim, Emirates' Divisional Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning, Revenue Optimisation &Aeropolitical Affairs.

With the daily service to Yangon and Hanoi, Emirates, in cooperation with its regional codeshare partners such as Bangkok Airways and Jetstar - now serves the major capitals and tourist attractions in Southeast Asia, the statement said.

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